Photo Credit: Hoffer Photography
Tip of the Day: Are you and your fiancé diehard sports fans? Incorporate your favorite NFL, NBA, MLB, or college team in your wedding details. This couple asked their priest to hold up a Broncos sign after they were pronounced husband and wife! You could also show off your team pride in your groom's cake design, favors, wedding program, escort cards, and guest book.
Here, a few of our favorites:
Whether the posterior of your dress is plunging, embellished, or in a keyhole shape, there's no better way to shock and awe guests as you walk down the aisle.
Photo Credit: Paul Barnett
Embroider your bridesmaid's initials on their bouquet ribbon to personalize their blooms. You can even select a special quote or Bible verse that is a reflection of your friendship, like this bride did.
Photography by Walters & Walters
Colorful pom-poms were tossed as the newlyweds exit down the aisle.
Photo Credit: Krista Mason Photography
Many wedding coordinators will build in time for the couple to view their reception space before guests arrive. Sneak away to practice your first dance, take deep breaths before greeting loved ones and shout, "We finally did it!"
Photo Credit: Kelly Stremmel
We'll always have a special place in our hearts for limos, but for some couples, non-alternative options like trolleys, a horse-drawn carriage, or even a ski lift are more their speed. Your transportation should reflect the overall theme of your event. If you're considering an unusual vehicle for your arrival or departure, keep your dress style in mind: Pedaling a bicycle built for two in a ball gown might not be physically possible!
Photo Credit: Two One Photography
Is there anything more adorable than a four-legged friend at a wedding? Case in point: The photo below. Your pet is a member of the family, and there's lots of different ways to include them in your big day, such as bringing them to your engagement shoot or donating favors to the ASPCA foundation in honor of your beloved pooch.
Photo Credit: Jose Villa
Revamp comforting classics by serving them pint-sized. Try cookies and milk, macaroni and cheese, and ice cream on a cone.
Photo Credit: Rhee Bevere